Checkout with Amazon

Description:
This is one of two products from Amazon that enable you to accept digital and online payments from your customers. After you sign up for a free Amazon account, you’ll be able to create copy-and-paste code that you place on your website. When your site’s visitors want to purchase an item there, they’ll be directed to complete the transaction through Checkout by Amazon.

Charges
For any monthly sales below $3,000 using Checkout by Amazon, you’re charged 2.9% plus an additional 30 cents per transaction. Rates drop as your sales increase.

Amazon Pay

Description:
This option from Amazon goes beyond just placing a button on your website … although that’s how this service works, too. When your customers click a “Pay With Amazon” button on your site, they’ll be asked to quickly establish an Amazon account. Once they make a purchase from you using Log In And Pay With Amazon, you’ll get their name, email address, and postal code from Amazon. With this information, you can market directly to them.

Charges
This payment method from Amazon keeps customers on your site throughout the transaction. This widget also adapts to either a desktop or mobile device.

Dwolla

Description:
This option from Amazon goes beyond just placing a button on your website … although that’s how this service works, too. When your customers click a “Pay With Amazon” button on your site, they’ll be asked to quickly establish an Amazon account. Once they make a purchase from you using Log In And Pay With Amazon, you’ll get their name, email address, and postal code from Amazon. With this information, you can market directly to them.

Charges
Fees for using Dwolla are rather low. Transactions below $10 are free. Other transactions cost just 25 cents. Transfers between your Dwolla and bank accounts are free, too.